Moncus Park to celebrate Black History Month in February 2022 with vibrant educational and wellness-based community programming. The month-long series will also feature Black entrepreneurs in various industries through spotlights on art, food, and history.
Moncus Park’s Black History Month celebration schedule:
2/4 – Food Truck Fridays, Cravin’ Boudin, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. (Location: Festival Lawn)
2/8 – The Historic Quilt Presentation, African American Heritage Foundation, 12 p.m. (Location: Farmers Market Oaks)
2/11 – Food Truck Fridays, Nina Creole, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. (Location: Festival Lawn)
2/15 – Mind-Body Wellness: A Holistic Approach, Attakapas Collective, 12 p.m. (Location: Farmers Market Oaks)
2/18 – Food Truck Fridays, AwwShucks, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. (Location: Festival Lawn)
2/22 – Financial Literacy Focus for Families, Legacy Institute for Economic Attainment in conjunction with McComb Veazey Neighborhood Coterie, 4 p.m. (Location: Farmers Market Oaks)
2/25 – Food Truck Fridays, C’est Bon Manger, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. (Festival Lawn)
Moncus Park is a donor and member funded nonprofit that opened to the public on January 1, 2022. The park’s “Opening Season” will include various events and programs open to the public in the coming months. The full schedule can be viewed on the Moncus Park website at www.moncuspark.org/events.